Posted by: Terry Phythian
I'm building a small TD CDK app to set the Build Settings for a TD 4.1
application, then build the resulting executable file. The utility will be
used in an overall build process for a number of application modules, to
give them all the same Build/Version numbers and then compile them into
executable files for deployment via a batch command file.
I know I can run the cbi41.exe program with the -b switch to perform the
compile, but as the CDK app already loads the target application outline, it
would be "nicer" if it could build the executable file at the same time.
To that end, I've been trying to find a CDK function to perform the Build
Outline to Executable process, using the current Build Settings (which I can
Load and Save without problem).
I can't find any documented or undocumented function/entry point in the
cdk.apl or its supporting cdki41.dll library that does what I'm after.
I have found an entry point in cdlli41.dll called SalCDKBuildOutline( )
which will perform the compile/build process, but only on the current
outline, ie. the executing CDK application, rather than the target outline
(loaded successfully using InitFromFile).
Does anyone know if/what a suitable function/entry point exists or is
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance,